Earn your GED at Clay Pots
It is never too late to think about your education. Earning your GED is a great way to get on the path to a better career, college degree, or becoming a life-long learner. Clay Pots' education center has many services to help you meet your education goals.
Clay Pots offers free GED classes that meet twice a week in the mornings, afternoons and evenings. Fall Session begins in September.
The GED test is made up of four subjects, Math, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies. Clay Pots' GED classes will allow you to learn and develop skills in all four areas that will prepare to pass the subject tests. Some students may qualify for one-on-one tutoring and official practice testing.
Get the Job Done
Job Coaching and Support
Our workforce team will help you will interview skills, resume development, job searches and more. During your session, you will have access to our computer lab and a coach to help you through the process.
Fridays, 9am - 12pm
Call to make an appointment: 410-233-1133
The first step to getting into a class is visiting Clay Pots for a placement test. Placement testing is available by appointment only.
For GED related questions of to schedule a placement test, please call:
Each placement tests consist of a reading and math section and they can typically be completed in an hour.
Computer Lab Resources
Open Computer Lab
Get help with Job Applications
Access to a Printer
Surf the Web
Fridays 10am - 12pm
Want to learn basic navigation on a computers? Need help with basic word processing skills?
Overcome your computer challenges and learn new skills.
Education & GED Preparation Resources
Studying independently is a great way to jump start your education. Make use of the resources below to study at home or connect with other centers in Baltimore.
GED.com: The official site for all GED related materials and testing.
Math.com: Free online study resources for practicing math from fractions and decimals to calculus.
Secret Worlds: Free lessons on measurement and scientific notation.
Using a Scientific Calculator: Learn about the Texas Instruments TI-30XS MultiView™ Scientific Calculator that is used on the GED mathematics test.
Vocabulary Games: Play free online games to increase your vocabulary, an essential skill for improving reading.
Jefferson Lab: Increase your science knowledge with games and puzzles on the Jefferson Lab website.
4Tests - GED: Practice test questions and learn about the scoring of the GED test sections
Other Education Centers
South Baltimore Learning Center: Provides educational and GED services to adult learners throughout the city. - 410-625-4215
Baltimore City Community College - GED Program: Classes for students seeking a high school diploma who are not currently enrolled in school. - 410-986-3200
Become A Tutor
If you're looking for a way to get involved or give back and have a passion for education, consider becoming a volunteer GED tutor.
Tutors work one-on-one with students at Clay Pots to help them develop their skills in math, science, language arts, and social studies.
No background in teaching is required. Just a patient motivated personality and some background knowledge of the GED subject areas.
To learn more, press the button below.
Brandon, Sarah, and Raheema
Ashley, Shane, and Shauna
Carl and T Lee